The Omicron effect on bookings and staffing will push Southwest Airlines back into a loss-making first quarter, but the carrier expects to be profitable for the rest of the year and end 2022 with black numbers. The US low-cost reported a $977 million net profit for...
Christmas is a week early for Airbus. In another blow to Boeing after the Letter of Intent earlier today from Qantas for 134 A320neo-family and A220s, tonight it’s KLM that will jump ship. Air France-KLM announced an order for 100 A320neo’s and A321neo’s...
Southwest Airlines continues its buying-mood by adding more Boeing MAX 7s to its fleet. During the third quarter, the carrier exercised options on eight aircraft for delivery in 2022 while on the first day of Q4 on October 1, it did the same for another eight for...
UPDATE JULY 13 – Air France-KLM is in negotiations with Airbus and Boeing about an aircraft order for potentially more than 160 aircraft for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, its leisure subsidiary Transavia, and Transavia France. Group CEO Ben Smith confirmed this on...
It has taken them a couple of years to decide, but Southwest Airlines has finally made up its mind about its long-term fleet plan and with what to replace its 462 Boeing 737-700s. The US low-cost had taken a serious look at the Airbus A220-300, but in the end, has...
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